Principles of treatment for canine lymphoma.

@article{Ettinger2003PrinciplesOT,
  title={Principles of treatment for canine lymphoma.},
  author={Susan N Ettinger},
  journal={Clinical techniques in small animal practice},
  year={2003},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={92-7}
}
Canine lymphoma is one of the most commonly diagnosed canine neoplasms. It is helpful to classify lymphoma anatomically, because these forms each have common histories and clinical signs. Anatomic forms include multicentric, alimentary, mediastinal, and cutaneous forms. Because lymphoma is a systemic disease, systemic chemotherapy is the most appropriate modality for its treatment. Lymphoma cells are sensitive to chemotherapy, and complete remission rates are high when these patients are… CONTINUE READING